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Who is Albert Bushnell Hart?
Albert Bushnell Hart, Ph.D., was an American historian, writer, and teacher. One of the first generation of professionally trained historians in the United States, a prolific author and editor of historical works, Albert Bushnell Hart became, as Samuel Eliot Morison described him, "The Grand Old Man" of American history, looking the part with his "patriarchal full beard and flowing moustaches.
- also known as Albert Hart
- born on (161 years ago) in United States of America
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Historian
- died on (72 years ago)
- written works: "The American Nation", "Camps And Firesides Of The Revolution", "Formation Of The Union", "Practical Essays On American Government", "Slavery And Abolition 1831-1841", "American History Told by Contemporaries", "National Ideals Historically Traced 1607 To 1907", "Colonial Children", "The Southern South", "Plans of union, 1696-1780", "The Virginia and Kentucky resolutions", "Commonwealth history of Massachusetts", "The worship of great-grandfather", "Essentials in American history", "Source-book of American history", "Studies in American education", "Tributes to Washington", "Race elements in Washington's time", "We and our history", "Mooseheart course of academic study", "How our grandfathers lived", "The obvious Orient", "James Otis's speech on the Writs of assistance", "The Monroe doctrine", "Introduction to the study of federal government", "School books and international prejudices", "A teacher's manual", "The war in Europe, its causes and results", "The foundations of American foreign policy", "Social and economic forces in American history", "The romance of the Civil War", "The founding of Jamestown", "Salmon P. Chase"
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At HarvardDuBois met,studied with,and befriended the leading scholars ofhis day —William James, Josiah Royce, Albert Bushnell Hart, and George Santayana— and began to garner recognition as a young scholar and orator of exceptional ...
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Annapolis,Maryland, through Delaware, Pennsylvania, New York, NewJersey, Connecticut, RhodeIsland, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, from May to September, 1744, by Doctor Alexander Hamilton, editedby Albert Bushnell Hart.
Albert Bushnell Hart, “Saving the Cities,” Proceedings of the Providence Conference for Good City Government and the Thirteenth Annual Meeting of the ...
Harper's encyclopaedia of United States history from 458 A. D. to 1909, based upon the plan of Benson John Lossing (1905)
by Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson
PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO ALBERT BUSHNELL HART, Ph.D. PROF. OF HISTORY Ar HARVARD JOHN B. MOORE. PROF. OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AT COLUMBIA JOHN FRYER, A.M., ...
The Encyclopedia Americana (1919)
A Library of Universal Knowledge
Albert Bushnell Hart, Professor of Government, Harvard University. FEDERAL HALL, New York city, originally the City Hall, built 1699 in Nassau street, ...
by Harry Ritter
For example, Albert Bushnell Hart (l9l0: 246), an early president of the American Historical Association, acknowledged the "impotence of facts taken ...
Encyclopedia of the Social and Cultural Foundations of Education: A-H ; 2, I-Z ; 3, Biographies, visual history, index (2009)
Fox, Albert Bushnell Hart, Charles H. Haskins, H. Morse Stephens, and Lucy M. Salmon. Six members were prominent historians. George L. Fox, Headmaster of the Hopkins Grammar School in New Haven, Connecticut, ...
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